NEXT STAGE: Redesign in 2022
BMW’s most petite crossover receives a plus-size upgrade in the fourth quarter. The redesigned X1 will be roomier and feature updated technology and a beefier powertrain. The 2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder engine makes 241 hp, and the X1 can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 6.2 seconds.
Compared with its predecessor, the crossover is 1.7 inches longer, 0.9 inches wider and 1.7 inches higher. The wheelbase, meanwhile, is extended by 0.9 inches. Its new front features BMW’s large, almost square kidney grille bookended by standard LED headlights with cornering lights.
|BMW 7 series Redesign in 2022||BMW i5 New in 2023||BMW X3 Redesign in 2024||BMW X4 End in 2025?||BMW 8 series Redesign in 2026|
|BMW X1 Redesign in 2022||BMW X5 Freshen in 2023||BMW X2 Redesign in 2024||BMW 2 series Redesign in 2025||BMW iX3 New in 2026?|
|BMW i7 New in 2022||BMW 5 series Redesign in 2023||BMW 4 series Freshen in 2024||BMW 3 series Redesign in 2025||BMW X5 New in 2026|
|BMW X8 New in 2022||BMW X6 Freshen in 2023||BMW i4 Freshen in 2025||BMW 3 series Addition in 2026|
|BMW 2 series Addition in 2023||BMW iX Freshen in 2025|
|BMW Z4 Freshen in 2023|
|BMW X7 Addition in 2023|
|BMW X8 New in 2023|
|BMW XM New in 2023|